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Three Hundred and Seventh Infantry map_it

  • Location: Memorial Grove, south of bandstand
  • Architect: Kerr Rainsford
  • Description: Grove of trees, tablet, boulder
  • Materials: Bronze, boulder
  • Dedicated: 1927
  • Donor: 307th Infantry Post, American Legion
  • Inscription: Boulder: TO THE DEAD / OF THE / 307TH INFANTRY A.E.F. / 500 OFFICERS AND MEN / 1917-1919 /


    Boulder Plaque: 1917 ---- 1919 / HONOR ROLL OF THE 307TH INFANTRY / 77TH DIVISION / A.E.F. / BACCARAT / OISE / AISNE / MEUSE / ARGONNE / [honor roll]


    11 Tablets

Please note, the NAME field includes a primary designation as well as alternate namings often in common or popular usage. The DEDICATED field refers to the most recent dedication, most often, but not necessarily the original dedication date. If the monument did not have a formal dedication, the year listed reflects the date of installation.

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The East 72nd St Playground is closed for construction. It will reopen this summer. Central Park Conservancy is renovating the playground to improve its accessibility and connection to the park's landscape. Please visit the Central Park Conservancyfor more information.

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